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Sports Wheelchairs

Featuring  ultra-lightweight material, high performing technology and efficient ergonomics, Quickie’s range of  sports wheelchairs are ideal for both amateur or competitive sporting competitions.

Whether its tennis wheelchairs, basketball wheelchairs or racing  hand cycles, our active wheelchairs  are designed to excel your game with superb driving capability, speed and control!
 

Allcourt

Allcourt Sports Wheelchair

The perfect chair for both recreational and elite athletes.

Allcourt Ti

Allcourt Ti Sports Wheelchair

For the recreational or the elite basketball player

Matchpoint

Matchpoint Sports Wheelchair

Your competition just met its match.

Matchpoint TI

Matchpoint TI Sports Wheelchair

Titanium option for the avid athlete.

Life does not end when you sit in a wheelchair. It becomes a new one. And it's the perfect opportunity to overcome your limits every day.

Patricia Santana, Spain

Frequently Asked Questions

The total width of your wheelchair can be found in the user manual (or in the ordering documentation of your wheelchair). What is important to know when it comes to manual wheelchairs is if you have a camber, the overall width increases rapidly. For example, a wheelchair with 6 degrees camber and 24 "wheels, becomes 80 mm wider than a chair with 0 degrees camber.

Please consult your user manual for more information on setting changes for your wheelchair.

Yes, our Built-4-Me team can help you achieve requirements that go above and beyond what you would find on the typical product order form. They'll make every effort to provide you with the most suitable solution to your request. 

We'd recommend that your wheelchair is serviced by an authorised Sunrise Medical dealership every year. For your safety, some elements of your wheelchair should be checked regularly. Please refer to your user manual for more information.

If you have a folding wheelchair, your serial number will be on the cross-brace (the folding bars underneath the seat of your wheelchair). If you have a rigid wheelchair, the serial number will be on the rear side of the frame.

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Wheelchair sport is not only a great way to keep fit and active,  but it also a great rehabilitation tool both physically and mentally. Participation in sporting activities encourages social interactions, builds confidence and boasts overall motivation and determination.

Which adaptive or wheelchair sport is for me?
Today, there is a large range of associations, clubs and arenas offering a wide range of different wheelchair sports. From the traditional Wheelchair Tennis to  rough and raggered Wheelchair Rugby to even a casual game of wheelchair bowls – there is a sport to suit everyone!

What equipment will i need? 
Depending on the sport you choose, there are a number of different sport wheelchairs designed specifically for a certain sport.
 
In wheelchair tennis, your main priority is stability – The Quickie Matchpoint Tennis Wheelchair offers a wide footprint and long anti tip to provide a sturdy ride, even when you are leaning forward to return a tough shot! 
 
Or perhaps Wheelchair Basketball is your thing - The Quickie All Court Basketball Wheelchair features a single-wing bumper which is light, lean, and built to take on an aggressive opponent!
 
Professional Wheelchair Sports
All you hard work has paid off and you are looking for a high performance  wheelchair  that  are individually designed to achieve results? RGK’s High Performance Sports Wheelchairs are sure to enhance your competitive edge!